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Small Business Membership ($500)
If your company has been affiliated with, or active in, the ATM industry for at least 1 year, and employ fewer than 10 full-time staff, you can receive the core membership benefits at a discounted rate.

Associate Membership ($800)
This membership is for companies that want to receive the core membership benefits, but do not fit the Small Business criteria.

Is your company interested in the benefits of a Global Associate Membership at a reasonable rate? - Please contact Sharon Lane, Global Director, Finance & Member Services (sharon.lane@atmia.com).

Financial Institution ($2,500)
This membership is for financial institutions wanting a higher level of membership that includes core benefits, as well as an opportunity to involve multiple operational deparments/divsions, plus the ability to influence ATMIA chapter policy and decision-making.

This membership will also increase your company's profile through:

  • Membership of up to 10 individuals from the organization
  • One free ATMIA Academy certified online ATM operator training class
  • One designated regional Board representative to influence chapter decision-making
  • An on-line storefront on the ATMIA web site region of your choice
  • Regional weblink
  • Posting your events on the ATMIA Calendar of Events

Board Membership ($2,500)
This membership is for companies wanting the core membership benefits, while taking an active role in ATMIA. Board members help shape the course of action for the ATMIA Regions by attending meetings held either at an ATMIA conference or via conference call.

This membership will also increase your company's profile through:

  • An on-line storefront on the ATMIA web site region of your choice
  • Extensive publicity via all media, including web site, newsletters and promotional literature
  • Increased political influence and the opportunity to be elected to the International Board of ATMIA
  • Networking with board members and other regional boards
  • Sharing your White Papers
  • Posting your Events on the ATMIA Calendar of Events

Global Board Membership ($4,500)
Storefronts, Branding and Board Level Involvement in 3 Regions of Choice plus Associate Membership in the remaining 6 Regions - Please contact Sharon Lane, Global Director, Finance & Member Services (sharon.lane@atmia.com)

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3 Year Associate Membership ($2,000)
Three Year Membership
This is ATMIA's new membership package, which is a 3 year membership which combines a built-in discount with the convenience of waiving the need to send in annual renewal payments. It was designed with ATMIA's track record of more than 17 years of exceptionally high member retention rates in mind. This membership includes the core membership benefits, with an added bonus of a web link on the ATMIA web site region of your choice.

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Committees

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Committees

2020 Committee
The mission of the 2020 Committee is to create an industry roadmap for migration to the Windows 10 OS, including technical specifications and security requirements. The committee facilitates the long-range planning for the next big industry migration, as well in advance of the end of support for Windows 7 in 2020.

ATM Security Forum
The ATM Security Forum is designed to employ global security resources in a united alliance in order to protect the industry from criminal activity. For more information, contact Mike Lee.

Canada Event Input Committee
This committee will provide input and share ideas with the ATMIA Event team for the Canada conference. Advise will be offered on Timing, Venue, content, presenters, exhibitors, and items of interest to ensure the Canada event is meaningful and educational to all attendees.

Canada Government Relations Committee
Established to actively monitor regulatory trends and policies that affect ATM deployers across the international marketplace, the global GRC is an international forum that works to develop / publish consistent positions representing the best interests of the broader ATM industry. For more information, contact your regional Executive Director.

Cash Council
The ATM Cash Council is a global committee open to all ATMIA members. Its mission is to portray the truth about cash by monitoring and reporting on global cash demand, circulation and usage today, while working to protect the freedom of the world’s citizens to use cash. For more information, contact Mike Lee.

Consortium for Next Gen ATMs
This committee discusses alternative OS systems for ATMs but also how ATM architecture, whether software, hardware or network architecture, will evolve as innovation, which may be “OS-agnostic” in nature, takes place. For more information, contact Mike Lee.

European Cash & Security Committee
This committee is focussed on cash changes, issues and trends; European interoperability; hardware and software security threats and trends; and accessibility. For more information, contact Debbie Smyth.

European Government Relations Committee
Established to actively monitor regulatory trends and policies that affect ATM deployers across the international marketplace, the global GRC is an international forum that works to develop / publish consistent positions representing the best interests of the broader ATM industry. For more information, contact your regional Executive Director.

European IAD Committee
This committee monitors and analyses issues impacting Independent ATM Deployers (IADs) in Europe, with a view to identifying steps that can be taken by the ATMIA and its members to safeguard and further the interests of the IAD community.

International Marketing Committee
Mission: The mission of the new group is to promote communication between marketing professionals, educate members on advances in marketing technology and techniques, and provide them with the information they need to more effectively promote their company. For more information, contact Sharon Lane.

Spanish National Committee
This committee gathers information from this important market, to allow the planning and implementation of effective steps to be taken by the ATMIA, working with its Spanish members, to ensure the best outcomes for the ATM industry and the ATMIA in Spain.

Sponsoring Financial Institutions Committee (SFI)
The mission of this committee is to provide a forum for the discussion of risk associated with ATM IAD sponsorship and, with advice from networks, processors, IADs and other industry experts, to determine by consensus the procedures sponsoring financial institutions will recommend their institution implement. For more information, contact David Tente.

Strategic Direction Committee
This forum will address a combination dynamic issues such as innovation, security and the future direction of the ATM industry together with any Government Relation issues.

US EMV Migration Committee
This is a temporary committee formed to facilitate the exchange of information regarding US EMV migration. Sub-committees address best practices, technical requirements and payment industry relations. This committee interacts with other entities involved in migration, such as the EMV Migration Forum. For more information, contact David Tente.

US Government Relations Committee
Established to actively monitor regulatory trends and policies that affect ATM deployers across the international marketplace, the global GRC is an international forum that works to develop / publish consistent positions representing the best interests of the broader ATM industry. For more information, contact your regional Executive Director.

US IAD Committee
This committee brings together organizations that independently deploy, operate and manage ATMs, as well as those which provide them with products and services. Non-bank ATM operators face unique challenges in the marketplace and have an opportunity here to stay informed and network with peers. For more information, contact David Tente.

World Payments Council
This committee which looks at major advocacy issues in ATMIA chapters across the world. (Formerly the Global GRC)





















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Pledge of Best Business Practice

Payment of annual ATMIA Membership dues affirms that we/I do hereby pledge to maintain sound and fair business practices, to meet local regulatory requirements, and to encourage the pursuit of best practices which we have assessed to be applicable to our particular business area, while operating as a member of the ATM Industry Association. Every member company pledges to abide by the fair business standards and procedures as a condition of admission and continuing membership in ATMIA.

ATMIA member benefits are nontransferable and cannot be shared. ATMIA member benefits are for ATMIA member companies and their employees only, and may not be made available to others, including other organizations that ATMIA member companies or their employees are affiliated with. Consequently, as a further condition of membership, member companies will not share, and will take all necessary steps to ensure that their employees will not share, any ATMIA benefits, including but not limited to Best Practice Manuals, the ATMIA member database, training materials, industry reports, discussion papers, webinar links or their logins with a non-member company/person, as well as materials licensed to ATMIA, such as regulatory compliance information provided by Stateside Associates or EFTA. Failure to adhere to this prohibition may result in member discipline, up to and including termination. ATMIA members agree to refer any requests for information by non-members to Sharon Lane at sharon.lane@atmia.com

Former ATMIA Members may not rejoin ATMIA using a discount / promo code within 13 months of expiration as part of our best business practice and ATMIA’s member loyalty program.

In so doing, we/I believe these business practices will not in any way bring the reputation of the ATM industry into disrepute, nor intentionally damage the general public and business confidence in the ATM as a self-service delivery channel. Rather, we/I believe that our business practices contribute to the growth, health and general good-will prevailing in the ATM industry.

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Would you like to make a contribution to an ATMIA Industry Fund today?

Thank you for your contribution to the U.S. Defense Fund! These contributions help ATMIA USA provide important compliance and advocacy services to all of our members. As regulatory burdens surge for all ATM operators, it becomes increasingly important – and more challenging – to stay informed about current and impending compliance requirements. ATMIA significantly expanded the free compliance services available to all of its members, which now include:

  • ATM compliance profiles for all 50 states and Washington , D.C.
  • State ATM regulatory alerts
  • State ATM legislative alerts
  • Federal legislative and regulatory analysis

In addition, ATMIA serves as an advocate for its members and the industry on a wide variety of issues and concerns, such as:

  • Advocating for the lifting of restrictions on variable surcharging
  • Seeking regulatory changes that will give transaction routing choice to ATM operators
  • Advocating for the transition of EMV to an open, public standard
  • Serving as a ‘friend of the court’ in important legal matters, such as recent antitrust cases

For more information on any of these issues, or to find out more about the many working committee groups that ATMA supports, please contact USA Executive Director, David Tente. And thank you again for your support of the U.S. Defense Fund.

Thank you for your contribution to the ATMIA Advocacy Fund! Your contributions help ATMIA Canada region provide important compliance and Public relations transparent to the consumer. Your GRC enlists the services of Hill & Knowlton to monitor industry issues, which protects all ATM operators. Issues around regulatory burdens and negative media reporting, become increasingly important – and more challenging – to stay informed about current and impending compliance requirements. ATMIA, GRC Keeps its members ahead of the curve to ensure potentially major issues are kept in check as to protect its members. Media and Regulators are monitored from Coast to Coast as necessary to ensure local territorially concerns are contained and do not become wide spread, for example MSABA in Quebec or illegal Pot shops in British Columbia. We encourage all members to report any activity which may impact our industry.

For more information on any of these issues, or to find out more about the many working committee groups that ATMA supports, please contact Executive Director Curt Binns and thank you again for your support of the Canada Advocacy Fund.

The purpose of this fund is to fund engagement with Aid Agencies and NGO’s, including using a humanitarian advisor who has strong links with both such agencies and NGO’s. This work will involve a substantial time commitment and some travel. These costs cannot be met from the ATMIA’s normal resources. Costs are estimated at $80,000 for the initial 12 month period.

The purpose of this fund is to employ legal resources to defend, represent and promote the national market and/or European interests of the ATM industry, for the protection of all its members. The Fund is restricted to use for members of the ATMIA only.

The purpose of this fund is to further support the development of industry-wide customer education and ATM network-building programs in emerging markets and to facilitate trade and business networking between established and emerging ATM markets. The Fund is restricted to use for members of the ATMIA only.

The purpose of this fund is to sponsor worldwide industry research to provide the most up-to-date information and assessment of current trends in the market, to give ATMIA Members a competitive edge to ensure that their strategic thinking is in line with the industry big picture.

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